I found this post a little late - sorry! Thought I'd post anyways in case it is still helpful to you. It's a tough problem. I'm seeing it like this. Eliminate the left side of the kitchen as you show it in the layout. Place the refrigerator to the left of the window, the sink to the right of the window, and cabinets in between. Extend the peninsula as far as you can to the left while still allowing easy passage and the door of the fridge to swing open and integrate the cooktop/stove into it. So essentially you have a galley style kitchen set up parallel to the window, rather than perpendicular to it, with a nice classic working triangle, and nothing to impede the window. Good luck!
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